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Cuba: Saud Al Subaie
India: Rhashed Al Ghamidi
Iran: Abdullha Behbehani
Italy: Hassan Dashti
Libya: Sirene Saddedin
Malaysia: Abdullah Al Ibrhaim
North Korea: Dheidan Al-Shammari
PLO: Mohammad Ben Essa
South Korea: Yousef Al-Qaaud
The United States: Fatima Boukhadour
Vietnam: Fahad Al-Rushaid
Main Submitter: Cuba
Co-Submiters: Turkey, Germany
Delegate: Saud Al-Subaie
Forum: General Assembly
Issue: The question of guaranteeing human rights and alleviating suffering in Cuba.
Defining human rights as the articles stated in the UN Charter for Human Rights, and the Universal Declaration for Human Rights,
Knowing that the US is blatantly violating the two documents,
Defining "suffering" as pain caused by others due to actions done by them causing a person to have mental or physical pain,
Realizing that the US embargo on Cuba prevents it from trading with the US and other countries that trade with the US,
Knowing that the US has maintained an economic embargo against Cuba since 1960, totally prohibiting the sale of all goods originating in the US, including medicines and food,
Further Acknowledging that this embargo causes not only serious difficulties in Cuba’s commercial and industrial development, but also enormous suffering to the people of Cuba, especially to the children, elderly, and those that are ill,
Keeping in mind that according the WHO and CSA, numerous Cubans have died due to poor nutrition, mainly caused by the embargo, especially in the 1990’s and 70’s,
Noting that as a last method of survival, people resort to stealing and killing other people, because they have no food, because of the embargo,
Further Noting that countries that trade with the US are not allowed to trade with Cuba, further limiting Cuba’s few trade partners,
Further Noting that Cuban exiles in the US continue to suffer PURELY on the
embargo’s existence because of their rejection from Cuba causing misery,
1) Requests the right to trade with other trade partners of the US by dropping the embargo;
2) Recommends that all countries give funding for Cuba, for the losses that it has lost over the years of the embargo, in return:
A. Cuba will aid those countries in their times of need,
B. Cuba will offer them more "bang for the buck" when trading;
3) Reminds countries that with trade comes benefit all sides allowing them to expand their economy;
4) Applauds former president Carter for his wishes to drop the embargo;
5) Further Requests that the expression of friendship and solidarity with the nation of Cuba and the US continues while the US gives Cuba its freedom to choose its own political leaders, system of economy, and way of operation without intervention of the US or any other country;
7) Notes that the current US policy violates important provisions of the Charter of the Organization of American States, the United Nations Charter, and a number of other international agreements to which the US is a signatory;
8) Points out that on July 20th 2000, the House of Representatives approved two amendments aimed at easing the embargo severely;
9) Resolves the formation of the OTR, The Organization of Trade Regulation, which will be located in Switzerland, and will do the following;
A. Regulate international trade among countries,
B. Provide the freedom to all countries and organizations to trade with any other countries or organizations that they wish to trade with,
C. Issue a warning to courtiers that explicitly exclude a country or them selves from trade with another country or themselves
D. If that county continues to do this, they shall be issued a fine, and monitored so that they allow the free trade to other counties.
Co-signers: India, Vietnam, Japan, Italy, Cuba, Philippines, Bangladesh, France, Ireland
FORUM: GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Issue: Securing food and water resources for nations in times of war and famine,
Defining famine as a severe shortage of food resulting in widespread hunger, due to factors such as wars,
Further defining war as a terrorist armed violent conflict between countries or groups that involves killing, blood slaughter and destruction,
Bringing to attention that according to, (digitalcity) combatants don’t always take responsibility in providing aid at times of war, like the recent war in Iraq, one side might not care what happens to their people;
Bearing in mind that not all nations are capable of giving out such contributions,
Defining contributions as any form of voluntary humanitarian grant given by a country,
Noting the Red Cross’s efforts, according to the (Redcross) to aid nations and people who are facing drought and famine and wars, but that is not always sufficient,
Urging all countries to make any kind of contribution, regardless of amount or type,
Noting that, according to the WHO, after people die due to lack of resources because of famine and wars, diseases tend spread after unburied bodies decompose,
Applauding the USA which, according to the Whitehouse contributed an approximate of $300 million grant including food, water to the Afghani people at the time of the War in Afghanistan,
Deeply concerned that , according to (All Africa), about the 40,000 people that have so far crossed the border from Cote d'Ivoire into Ghana since the beginning of the conflict due to lack of water and food resources,
Reporting that, according to the South African Department of Health, 14 million people are at risk of dying because of famine in year 2003 in South Africa,
Pointing out that, according to the WHO nearly 10 percent (2 million) of the North Korean population has died because of famine,
Defining aid workers as personnel from the Red Aid Organization who work in securing food, water, medical aid, health awareness, disease awareness etc., to people at times of war, and other disasters
Keeping in mind that, according to The Washington Post, India was not part of the coalition of the US for the war on Iraq, putting the Iraqi civilians at risk,
1. Notes that the RAO aid workers are not similar as the international peacekeepers, they and the Blue caps are part of the UN while the RAO aid workers are volunteer workers;
2-Expresses it’s hope that all suffering countries due to wars and natural causes will help in executing this preventable problem by implementing this resolution;
3-Requests the combining of the preexisting Red Cross and Red Crescent country members into one main organization, the RAO (Red Aid Organization) which will accomplish the following:
A. Expand action of providing emergency disaster Response, disasters meaning wars, famine, other;
B. Provide Primary Health Care Programs, the RAO will expand the training of proper health practices;
C. Spread Food Programming to all countries in need of aid;
4-Calls upon countries who aren’t preexisting members of the Red Cross or Crescent to join the RAO;
5-Resolves that the RAO should be granted additional funds by the United Nations;
6-Further Resolves to have monthly meetings by all members of the RAO that will take place near the UN headquarters in order to accomplish the following:
A. Discuss the current situation of countries facing lack of food, water due to war, famine;
B. Exchange thoughts on how to solve harms caused by currently faced disaster;
C. Collect contributions and funds by countries, create fundraisers and request funds from UN;
7-Reassures that when the RAO is formed, the RAO will become more expansive, accurate, faster, reliable and stronger in securing food and water resources at times of war and disasters;
8-Implies that the UN should not allow tolerate wars because they are a preventable cause of harm, and the war on Iraq violates the United Nations law, and the Geneva Conventions, like: Not providing immediate aid, not providing security to the Iraqi people, not protecting or securing civilian hospitals;
9-Posts and put up awareness posters worldwide, making people aware of the significance of the issue;
10-Create television commercials that reveal suffering people from all parts of the world, have a contribution hotline where people can call and make contributions by the secure VISA net;
11-Creates fundraisers to collect contributions for the RAO like the following, auctions, celebrity rallies, concerts, and carnivals;
12-Investigates in order to find out if war is declared just in order to get aid, the RAO provides aid to trouble regardless whether war is present or not.
Forum: General Assembly
Question: Keeping the Middle East a Nuclear Free Zone.
Main Submitter: Iran
Co-Submitter: PLO, the Vatican, Kuwait, Canada
Emphasizing past resolutions such as A/c.1/56/L.25 , which calls upon all parties directly concerned to consider taking the practical and urgent steps required for the implementation of the proposal to establish a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the region of the Middle East and, pending and during the establishment of such a zone, to declare solemnly that they will refrain, on a reciprocal basis, from producing, acquiring or in any other way possessing nuclear weapons and nuclear explosive devices,
Defining the OPCW (Organization of Prohibition of Chemical Weapons) as an organization who’s ultimate aim is to contribute to international security and stability, to general and complete disarmament and to global and economic development,
Also defining the IAEC (International Atomic Energy Commission) as an organization which is concerned with the inspection of nuclear weapons,
Defining the Middle East as an area which includes the following countries: Afghanistan
Algeria Bahrain Egypt Iran Iraq Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libya Mauritania Morocco Oman Palestinian Authority Qatar Saudi Arabia Sudan Syria Tunisia Turkey United Arab Emirates Western Sahara and Yemen,
Condemns Israel for refusing to sign the nuclear non-proliferation act indicating that they do have nuclear weapons and its inhumane actions toward Palestine,
Reaffirming the right of all States to acquire and develop nuclear energy for peaceful purposes according to U.S.A,
Emphasizing also the need for appropriate measures on the question of the prohibition of military attacks on nuclear facilities, such as the attack of the U.S.A on Iraqi grounds, and saying in mind that the establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the region of the Middle East would greatly enhance international peace and security,
Welcoming all initiatives leading to general and complete disarmament, including in the region of the Middle East, and in particular on the establishment therein of a zone free of weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons,
Taking note of the peace negotiations in the Middle East, which should be of a comprehensive nature and represent an appropriate framework for the peaceful settlement of contentious issues in the region,
Recognizing the importance of credible regional security, including the establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone,
Noting the constant threats of Israel to neighboring countries and its possession of nuclear weapons.
1. Emphasizing the essential role of the United Nations in the establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the region of the Middle East and the fact that Israel poses numerous threats to Middle East security by its ownership of nuclear weapons;
2. Congratulates all countries that aid the dismantling of nuclear weapons from Israel;
3. Resolves the formation of a new organization called IODNW (International Organization of Dismantling Nuclear Weapons) which will have a headquarters that will exist in Saudi Arabia, since it is in the middle of the Middle East, and will exist as branches in the IAEC and OPCW and also have permanent stations in suspected countries and will aim towards having a main objective of dismantling any nuclear weapons in a Middle Eastern country.
4. Designates a group of scientists that will work for the IODNW that shall be divided into the following categories:
A. Inspectors: who will live in a inspected country and will be given extra money to live in that country during the inspection
B. Dismantlers: who break down the weapon by adding a certain chemical and get rid of the remainders
C. Negotiators: that get information about the weapons from each country, they will live in a suspected country’s branch and will monitor all imports of components to build nuclear weapons, countries that resists that distribution of information will be given an incentive for the information;
5. Strongly urges all Middle-Eastern countries to sign a petition that gives the IODNW the right to inspect whatever it wants whenever it wants, this petition will have a question of "do you have nuclear weapons?" If no, the country will sign the petition, allowing the IODNW to investigate since they have no nuclear weapons to hide;
6. Further Resolves that the IODNW will cooperate with ALL organizations and sub organizations of the UN that are concerned with nuclear weapons, such as the OPCW and the IAEC
7. Affirms that the IODNW will be offering very high wages to staff members because they will be of high standards and will be required to have training from either the UNAEC or the OPCW.
8. Notes that the combination of two like organizations will strive towards a positive aim of achieving the ultimate goal of keeping the Middle East a nuclear free zone;
9. Hopes peace will be spread throughout the Middle East and the whole world through this.
Main Submitter: Italy
Co Submitter: Norway, Israel, Kazakhstan, India.
Co Signers: Canada, Germany, Syria, South Africa, Kuwait, United Kingdom, France, Rwanda, South Korea, Philippines, Czech Republic, Bahrain, Lebanon, Vietnam, Iran, Libya, Qatar, etc.
Issue: Rising water levels due to the effects of global warming.
Defining global warming as the trapping of gases in the earth's atmosphere causing the earth's overall temperature to increase,
Bringing to Attention that according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) the increasing temperatures may be followed by a large variety of other problems for mankind such as flooding, melting glaciers, increase in water levels and fires,
Bearing in mind according to the IPCC if all the glaciers were to be melted after the ozone layer’s destruction, they'd contain enough water to raise the sea level by 250 feet that is enough to flood and overrun many cities and islands,
Estimating that the amount of Polar Bears population is only between 22 thousand and 27 thousand meaning that they are few throughout the world and they are endangered,
Recalling the Montreal Protocol and Kyoto agreement that involves both developing and industrial countries to protect the ozone layer to save all living things on earth and the world from global warming that was signed on 1987 and improved in 1992 but not participated in by all countries,
Congratulating the World Environmental Organization (WEA) and the US. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for providing frequent awareness to the world about the current environmental situation including global warming,
Expressing its appreciation to the IPCC and other organizations for great efforts done to map and illustrate the global nature of climate changes that may be caused by Global
Warming that is mentioned on http://www.climatehotmap.org/,
1. Emphasizes the fact that global warming is inevitable and decreasing pollution is a way to only postpone global warming and makes its effects show less destructive, however water levels will increase gradually and people couldn’t manipulate it, but save their lives from it;
2. Resolves the formation of the United Nation Anti Global Warming Association (UNAGWA), which will be a sub organization of the United Nation’s Environment Program (UNEP) that consists of
A. Only the most advanced, professional scientists and professors to deal with issues, environment ministers of various countries will act as representations of their country in order to express their opinion
B. Registered countries of the world,
C. Other staff that would perform various jobs;
3. Declares that registered countries must follow the following rules
A. The will to provide the amount of pollution that is formed in that specific country,
B. The will to provide information about highly pollute products,
C. Allow the UNAGWA to carry out several activities in that specific country,
D. Having the will to reduce the amount of pollution that will save the countries citizens;
4. Creates an UNAGWA main branch in Geneva, Switzerland and sub branches in each of the registered countries;
5. Distributes maps that illustrate the local consequences of global warming to registered countries that would be provided by the UNAGWA from the IPCC posted by staff by the UNAGWA to alert the citizens of what expected outcomes their country may face in the future because of global warming, where they are mostly posted in highly concentrated cities in those countries;
6. Publicizes this problem by means of TV and by allowing programs such as the national geographic channel to introduce this problem that will
A. Motivate the citizens into taking this issue seriously,
B. Makes citizens reconsider the amount of pollution the public would excrete daily;
7. Specificies that actions will be carried out by the UNAGWA in registered countries concerning the amount of pollution such as
A. Keeping record of the amount of pollution that is formed in each registered country,
B. Recording all highly used products that cause high amounts of pollution in registered countries,
8. Announces that the UNAGWA will be recording the improvements being made in registered countries and the country will be rewarded (according to the amount of effort) for that;
9. Resolves that scientists estimate an approximate date after the amount of pollution decreases in that specific, registered country when global warming will have extreme effects in each country;
10. Provides maps 10 years before estimated dates for each country created by the expert scientists of the UNAGWA which will provide registered countries with information to study
A. What areas the country’s population should avoid such as melting glaciers,
B. In which areas the countries should expect to face possible drought and fires,
C. What new diseases such as possible dengue fever spreading will form in that specific country,
D. What time of year should they expect heavy downpours, snowfalls and floods to build humanitarian centers,
E. What specific areas will be caused by severe flooding;
11. Reminds that these efforts will be done by each country with its own ability, bearing in mind that this advice will be given by the UNAGWA and if followed will save mankind from extinction and from severe suffering and the UNAGWA will supply some financial help to countries that are unable to survive on its own;
12. Urges parliamentary and congressional representatives to support this resolution because it will provide various helps and advice that will save citizens from drowning.
Event: Pearl- MUN 2003
Question: Nuclear Free zone in the Middle east
Main Submitter: Libya
Co-Main: Saudi Arabia
Co–Submitters: Qatar, Bahrain, Lebanon
Defining Nuclear Free Zone as a country or region that has no nuclear weapons,
Defining Middle East as the following countries: Saudi Arabia, The United Emirates, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Syria, Jordan, Israel, and Lebanon,
Recalling the war on Hiroshima where there was vast killing and injuries and the effects of the nuclear bombing in it still show,
Deeply disturbed by the fact that Israel owns nuclear weapons and refuses to put its’ nuclear weapon institution under international supervision,
Noting that Israel refuses to sign the treaty prohibiting the spread of nuclear weapons,
Fully alarmed by the fact that Israel has threatened to use its nuclear weapons,
Emphasizing that Israel is surrounded by enemies and can easily use its nuclear weapons against them,
1-Resolves the UN should create a sub-organization named M.E.N.F.Z (Middle East Nuclear Free Zone),
A. Its meetings should be held in Geneva every six months,
B. It will work towards disarming countries from their nuclear weapons, by
1. Giving first warning to countries after country’s nuclear activities
2. Putting sanctions put on countries that do not comply and Media threat
3. calling, if nuclear weapons are suspected the IAEA is called to monitor these nuclear power plants and check that they are only used as a source of energy
4. Noting when the nuclear weapons are found rods made of Cadmium or Boron which absorb the bombarded neutrons, are to be interested in the nuclear weapons, so the nuclear weapons would be ineffective.
C. It'll build station in each country in the middle east
1. Reporting to the UN about any nuclear activity
2. Declaring countries it doesn’t see or suspect nuclear activity it reports as a nuclear free zone
3. Sending inspectors in the stations are allowed to check for nuclear weapons
4. Including at each station a number of inspectors whose job is to check for nuclear weapons
5. Assigning each country a number of inspectors according to how big it is and its history with nuclear weapons
4-Further Resolves that M.E.N.F.Z should maintain that countries do not have nuclear weapons,
5-Further recommends the creation of The Middle Eastern Nuclear Proliferation Treaty; which will have the following provisions and duties
A. All Middle Eastern countries must abide by the treaty.
B. This calls on the Nuclear disarmament of all Middle Eastern countries.
C. The monitoring of all countries for signs of restarting nuclear programs.
D. To report any breaches to this treaty to the United Nations.
6-Expressing its hope in the world will be limited by stopping nuclear weapons from being used.
Signatures:-Qatar, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Vatican, Ireland, Eritrea, Greece,.
Question of: Controlling the spread of the SARS virus and finding a cure for it.
Defining SARS as the virus of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome,
Deeply concerned that SARS creates huge health, social, and economical problems,
Alarmed by the fast spread of SARS in East Asia, especially in large populated areas and North America,
Adding that nearly 200 of the more than 1,600 people believed to have the respiratory disease in Hong Kong have died,
Defining Swiss cube as the Containment island for SARS victims in Switzerland,
Fully alarmed those SARS death rates are between 25-50% according to the age of the infected person,
Encouraging efforts of individuals and organizations,
Expecting larger actions and efforts from the World Health Organization (WHO),
Congratulating the efforts by scientists even if they didn't reach the cure,
1. Urges the World Health Organization (WHO) to create a sub-organization called the SARS Control Organization (SCO) that will:
A. Be responsible for all the SARS cases;
B. Be temporary until it SARS is controlled;
2) Resolves the SCO will re-enforce the Swiss Cube by:
A. Hospitalizing all people who are infected with SARS;
B. Isolating people from a populated area such as The Swiss Cube island
C. Providing health care free of charge;
D. Providing all the necessary faculties for living such as:
1. Food and water;
2. Newspapers, televisions etc.;
3. Health care;
4. Free calls to their families;
E. Guaranteeing patients their jobs back and a salary;
3) Encourages all countries to send all their SARS victims to the health center since the health care is free of charge;
4) Further resolves that the SCO will build a scientific center that will help by:
A. Selecting from the world’s best scientists that have a good back ground about SARS,
B. Providing these scientists with all their needs,
C. Being close to the SARS health center in the Swiss Cube,
D. Giving the scientists the right to interact with other patients if the patients allow it;
5) Recommends the SCO open a hot line to receive all suggestion from other scientists and these scientists would be granted a patent to his medicine or cure and that scientist would receive a reward chosen by the SCO;
6) Strongly recommends the SCO declare countries as free of SARS if the country is free of the SARS virus for ten days;
7) Affirms that all travelers are to have a medical check-up before traveling domestically or internationally;
8) Expresses its hope that all nations fully cooperate with the SCO.
Issue: The question of controlling the spread of SARS and finding a cure for it.
Main Submitter: North Korea
Co-Submitters: Nauru, Japan, Czech Republic, South Africa, Philippines.
Co-Signers: Pakistan, Kuwait, India, Lebanon, Germany, Turkey, East Timor, Iraq, Cuba, Kazakhstan, Libya, Bahrain, Philippines, Congo, Nigeria, Marshall Islands, Australia.
Defining SARS as a severe acute respiratory syndrome, as an airborne disease that has recently been discovered and is affecting people from around the world. It is a respiratory illness that is similar to a cold but it lacks mucus,
Defining quarantines as places in which infected people are admitted to kill the spread of this fatal syndrome,
Deeply concerned if SARS spread through the world millions of people may die due to the efficiency of this fatal syndrome,
Further noting a vaccine has not been created yet to cure this virus,
Alarmed by that many citizens died a painful death without any care,
Noting with great concern that SARS is a highly contagious disease and that it may affect a whole nation in a matter of weeks,
Taking Note that 5191 probable cases and 275 deaths have happened only in China so think of the other big nations or small if they get infected.
1. Condemns countries that do not alert surrounding countries and the United Nations when the first known case of SARS occurs;
2. Resolves that bureaus are a part of the WHO should be located in every country that has people infected with the virus or is prone to have SARS,
A. It will have medical experts that come from hospitals from all over the world,
B. People who are suspected of having SARS will be sent to the Swiss Cube which is a place created by the WHO that is prepared and isolated specially for patience of SARS in which patients will receive treatment
C. The bureaus will be responsible for transferring people that have SARS and check those suspected of SARS;
3. Further Resolves that each country tries to control the flow of SARS through
A. Land, Sea, and Air border checks,
B. Admitting people suspected of SARS into quarantines where they are checked accordingly,
C. Placing travel bans on victims of SARS;
4. Encourages all the countries that are members of the United Nations to tighten security by,
A. Creating special teams who are trained to perform general checkup when patrolling public areas and if suspected of the virus the victim shall be checked up and if infected transferred directly to the Swiss Cube,
B. Intensifying the security around the Swiss Cube and when transporting a patient to the Swiss Cube,
C. Noting the team members will be very well equipped with suits that well prevent transition SARS to them;
5. Requests that the United Nations should create a comity called (UNDK) United Nation Diseases Killers, and support it financially and otherwise so if any sort of other disease ever happens again the United Nations will quickly take action rather than debating the issue for a while, because while we are debating some people are suffering from SARS;
6. Further requests that countries which are members of the United Nations
A. Advise their citizens not to travel to infected areas because they might they carry diseases to their home land.
B. Make passengers that arrive from infected areas immediately report to the bureau for a couple of days and not achieve release until a group of doctor confirms they are free of SARS;
7. Urges all the countries, which are members of the United Nations to use their media to inform the public with SARS virus symptoms so they avoid people who carry these symptoms and inform the bureau about people who carries these symptoms;
8. Desiring the countries which are members of the United Nations to form a SARS virus awareness program to keep the public informed and updated of the conditions of the SARS virus and the places it had infected by:
A. Television stations, newspapers and Magazines.
B. Fundraising to help raise money to find a cure for parties and carnivals;
9. Supports all the organization that began the trip on finding a cure for SARS and unifying all of these organizations into one huge big organization.
Main Submitter: PLO
Co-Signers: Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Bahrain, Syria, Qatar, Cote D’ivoire, Nauru Kazakhstan, Iran, and South Africa.
Issue: The question of securing food and water resources for nations in times of war and famine.
Defining food as "Material, usually of plant or animal origin that contains or consists of essential body nutrients,
Defining Famine as "A drastic, wide-reaching food shortage,
Bearing in mind that an entire generation has grown up in a country so ravaged by war that hundreds die of starvation every day, and that is according to worldwide disaster aid and information via the Internet,
Aware that the United Nations (UN) has estimated that 200 Angolans die each day because there is not enough water, food and medicine to help everyone in need, according to www.un.org,
Recognizing that over one hundred thousand people have died after the war from dehydration, diseases, and malnutrition caused by impure water, inability to obtain effective medical assistance and debilitation from hunger, shock, cold and stress, according to the wisdom fund,
Taking note that some countries have suffered civil war, famine, and economic hardship, as well as the collapse of the country's government, and that is according to www.cnn.com,
Having adopted that in a certain country the government is tempting for international aid to ease a famine, which has reached crisis level, but even as the countries economic and social problems multiply, the fighting continue, according to www.cnnnews.com,
Keeping in mind that even though the country is already on the edge of famine they continue to fight and they will not stop until one of them wins, according to www.cnn.com,
1. Resolves the formation of the UNOSF (The United Nations Organizations for Securing Food), which will be in charge of every thing that is mentioned in this resolution, headquarters will be determined by UN, This organization would have,
A. 500 people in charge:
B. Managers from different nations around the world that would control everything,
C. Specially trained workers at the UNOSF training center for two months and they would be in charge of distributing the food,
D. Scientists that would be in charge of examining and inspecting the food before it gets distributed to the people who are in need to avoid any contamination in the food or water that could lead to diseases,
E. UN military forces that would be in charge of securing the food when it gets transferred through UNOSF stations set up in the country and to the people living in that nation;
2. Encourages that the UNOSF will supply all what is needed for a country:
A. Food for the countries that are in need during or after war or a time of famine and the amount of food will cover up until they stabilize,
B. Water that would be transferred in a reasonable way that would fit the countries need for an equitable time, and would prevent the people from thirst, because thirst usually leads to dehydration and later on death, and the UNOSF will transfer water from nearby country to the country that needs it by paying them a reasonable amount,
C. Storage will be provided by the UNOSF, there will be an adequate storage places were they can store food and water during war time, so they would not starve and die, some storage places would be dug under ground and others would be in a safe shelter;
3. Calls upon an agreement that would be reached upon neighboring to share a source of water in instance of any emergency where water runs out unexpectedly, or the country suddenly runs out of water and the water level goes down, such that
A. A country would allow the neighboring country to use the water source for a limited amount or time until the country that’s suffering from water shortage would be back to normal,
B. If the situation did not stabilize after one month then it is optional for neighboring countries to provide water or not, if not, then other members of the UNOSF would be asked to donate water, and any nation that does, will be awarded 5% more than its GDP;
4. Requests that each country secure food and water, in case of any thing happens where the country runs out of food and water there would be famine, and deaths, so if a country secures food and water, it would be ready for anything famine or war;
5. Recommends that all country would allow the UNOSF to position more:
A. Stores and they would be confidential where food and water is safe and secure and no one would know where these storage places are, but when the food,
B. Water, the position of which the UNOSF will publicize;
6. Urges that UNOSF and the help of the country to alert the people with the effect of starvation and thirst during war and the affect of famine on people that would all lead to death, so the people would be aware, and would store food in set of circumstances that is would run out.
Forum: General assembly
Main Submitter: South Korea
Co-submitters: Canada, Syria
Signers: Italy, Iceland, Zambia, Rwanda, Cote D’voir
Issue: the Questions of SARS
Defining as the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, as a fatal disease as of yet, and it is rapidly spreading across the world, reaching nations in Europe, North America, and Asian nations according to the world wide media,
Deeply concerned that SARS is spreading widely across the nation over borders to new countries day by day,
Noting with deep concern that SARS is resulting in the suffering of people in many medical, financial, and social ways,
Bringing to attention that the SARS virus is negatively affecting many businesses and trading plans between countries or within a country, afraid that the sold items might carry the disease, and it would permeate among the people,
Requesting more world wide organizational support to try to stop this fatal disease from spreading,
1. Resolves the formation of a sub organization of the World Health Organization, called the World Health Organization Division for the Control of the SARS Virus (WHODCSV) which would be headquartered in South Korea and have branches in all countries that have the SARS virus and would be in charge of implementing all the clauses of this resolution;
2. Urges the formation of special medical facilities/ centers that would be isolated from residential areas, that would be occupied with:
A. Proper and necessary medical tools,
B. Necessary medications,
C. Specialized doctors who have experience in dealing with SARS patients,
D. A specialized nursing group assigned by doctors,
E. Workers consisting of a cleaning crew, etc.
F. A team of scientists to try and find a solution or cure for this disease;
3. Further urges that all nations provide their best crew of doctors to the country’s branch of the WHODCSV;
4. Confirms that each country that is able to help with this resolution should not hesitate to do so in any possible way, such as:
A. Giving donations for research,
B. Providing medicinal necessities,
C. Giving medical tools that are needed, or might be needed, etc.;
5. Further Encourages that countries should not hesitate at all to help because SARS is spreading widely and it might reach your country soon;
6. Further Resolves and asks all doctors to make sure people with the case of SARS should get plenty of food containing a big portion of garlic, excepting those allergic to garlic, since garlic might be the reason why no SARS cases have been found in South Korea;
7. States that South Korea is a country surrounded by SARS affected countries but it is still known to be SARS free, and it is all the garlic the South Korean eat that has been keeping SARS out of the country;
8. Requests and urges all countries cooperate in any possible way to help seize, stop, and destroy this fatal killing disease.
DEBATED AND PASSED
Forum: General Assembly
Delegation: The United States of America
Main Submitter : The United States of America
Main Co-Submitter: Kuwait
Question of: securing food and water resources for nations in times of war and famine.
Co- Submitters: Nigeria, East Timor, Eritrea, Rwanda
Signers: Canada, Israel, Turkey, Australia, Republic of Marshal Islands, Nauru, Georgia, Vatican, Germany, The United Kingdom, South Korea, Malaysia, Greece, Zambia, Pakistan.
Defining "Wars" as armed conflicts between states, nations or between factions within a state, prosecuted by force, which results in starvation and a tremendous loss of life and extremely hazardous dangers that cause food shortage,
Realizing that most organizations, including sub-UN agencies such as the FAO, have had many successful efforts at securing food reserves during war/famine but that not much has been done to satisfy the food reserves after the war/famine,
Deeply Alarmed that 67 million children weigh less than they should, over two million children die every year from dehydration caused by diarrhea, nearly 226 million children are stunted-shorter than they should be (and score significantly lower on intelligence tests than normal children do), and underweight probably spend fewer years in school, which impacts on how much they earn in adulthood (http://www.freefromhunger.org),
Noting with particular reference to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Water, Environment and Sanitation organization (WES), that there have been numerous programs and organizations formed attempting to put an end to this problem but they have failed (http://www.childinfo.org/eddb/water/current.htm),
Deeply disturbed by the fact that the UN has been involved in water and food issues since the 1960's and yet no master solution has been found while 1 billion people in the world are currently living without access to safe water (http://www.unicef.org/programme/wes/info/westat.htm ),
Emphasizing the importance of enhancing public awareness of securing food and water resources for nations in times of and post war and famine.
1. Emphasizes the importance of this issue that it has been neglected for far too long by the international community as a whole;
2. Resolves that a summit shall be held by the UN in Geneva which all countries are called upon to discuss this very critical issue and its effects on the world community, to discuss various issues having to do with food/water reserves including the following issues:
A. Encouraging foreign investments in countries especially those in which famine is a constant obstacle and who are likely to be under war conditions,
B. Making the process of loans being handed to countries in need and organizations seeking to help countries that are being exposed to famine and of the such,
C. Making the to maintain close ties between the WHO and the FAO to rather tackle this issue in cooperation;
3. Designates the FAO and WHO as the official Sub-UN Organizations that will be in charge of all organizations seeking to help countries in famine and that they will assign the tasks of all nations willing to help the victims;
4. Implies that this summit will also affirm the matter of cooperation between the WHO and the FAO and other such organizations in order to exercise the following procedures:
A. Monitoring organizations concerned with post-war food/water complications,
B. Gathering complaints of all nations world wide towards such organizations and prevent them within its practice,
C. Encouraging these organizations in the right direction in order to fulfill their jobs,
D. Helping such organizations in any way required;
5. Encourages all organizations concerning the securing of food and water reserves to allow the WHO and the FAO to send experts annually to evaluate the progress of such organizations;
6. Affirms the summit will also discuss cooperating with the UNICEF to provide loans to the countries in need;
7. Requests that the WB and the IMF continue their much appreciated donations to countries suffering from the nutritional aftermath of war/famine by:
A. Making loans with a decreased amount of interest,
B. Making Loans with reimbursement,
C. Hosting fund raisers (such as celebrity rallies);
8. Further Invites all nations to continue their efforts of generosity and humanity to the victim countries and return regular conditions back to their lives because foreign investments:
A. Will create new jobs for the malnutritioned and will help them continue life without worrying so much about food,
B. Will encourage other citizens to work and thus the country’s economy will rise,
C. Will make the new economy rise, the people will be better educated and well-fed and able to commit to above average jobs in the future,
D. Will help with the resistance to common diseases will be achieved because of a better-bred community and risk of infection shall decrease,
E. Will encourage health, both physical and mental, on a much higher scale and impediments to development and infant-mortality rates shall decrease;
9. Ensures that after this summit takes place and all the statements are taken into action the following will take place:
A. Organizations concerned with the nutrition of the world and striving to decrease the insecurity of nutrition reserves will be working in the correct way,
B. Countries suffering from famine will receive all the help needed,
C. The UNICEF, WHO and the FAO will continue their efforts at aiding countries suffering from famine/post-war starvation by giving all organizations concerning there countries all the help needed.
The Question of controlling the spread of the SARS virus and finding a cure for it.
Main Submitter: Vietnam
Co-Submitters: Bangladesh, Georgia, Nigeria, Iran
Co-signers: Pakistan, France
Defining SARS as severe acute respiratory syndrome, which damages the lungs and leads to respiratory failure if not treated or cared for immediately,
Pointing out that getting infected with this virus is very easy since you can be infected if you come in physical contact with an infected person, or that person's personal items, or anything she/he has physically come in contact with, or even by simply breathing the same air that an infected person is breathing,
Emphasizing on the fact that the SARS virus spreads hastily and speedily upon the presence of a single case,
Fully aware of the threat that SARS poses to the safety and well-being of the populations of all the countries around the world,
Expressing with deep concern, that no cure has been discovered for SARS as of yet, but it is said that an infected person can live longer in cold areas,
Expressing Gratification to the many organizations that are helping to search for a cure for this deadly virus, the great and hard work of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the great concern of the United Nations(UN), and encouraging any other organization to help in fighting this fatal virus,
Encouraging all nations and organizations to help in fighting this fatal virus through means of adopting this resolution,
Congratulating Vietnam on its successful efforts in controlling SARS and overcoming large obstacles that nations world wide are facing difficulty in overcoming, and wishes to receive Vietnam's full support to try and implement this resolution,
1) Resolves that a new sub-organization of the WHO, called for the Monitoring of the SARS Virus (WSO) shall be formed to take over this nasty disease:
A. This sub-organization shall consist of no more than 30 countries assigned by the WHO based on statistics from its database evaluation of its scientists,
1. 10 countries will include the most important and most concerned countries with the SARS virus,
2. Another 20 members would be aides and assistants to the ten most concerned countries,
B. One country, preferably Vietnam seeing as it is the first and only country that was able to overcome and stop the spread of SARS inside the borders of Vietnam, will lead the organization;
2) Further resolves that the WSO would be in charge of:
A. Ensuring that infected people stay inside an insulated, but comfortable and cold place, and the rest of the population will be vaccinated,
B. Creating a database, that will include such information as how many people are infected in the country currently, how many people have died, how many have been cured, and how all necessary precautions to help a person avoid being infected by the SARS virus,
C. Presenting all the medical supplies needed to countries suffering from the disease,
D. Supplying masks at all international and domestic airports,
E. Granting a check up center in all the required nations,
F. Offering free check up for the homeless, and the required nations as determined by the professionals at WSO,
G. Providing quarantine centers for all countries that need it, that includes different rooms for the different stages of the SARS virus according to the severity of the conditions, also including the appropriate environment, and each room will be at a cold temperature, for all patients infected with the virus;
3) Resolves that a committee of the World SARS Organization would be established, and it’s objectives would be to:
A. Find a cure for the SARS virus,
B. Quarantine all victims,
C. Establish a hospital camp in any infected area lacking hospital and medical help,
D. Pay a sum of 15 billion to fund laboratories from all over the world to find the cure and produce it;
4) Encourages all nations to urge its citizens to take all necessary precautions while visiting infected countries to avoid catching the disease such as wearing a mask at all times and any other precautions specified by the WSO scientists;
5) Further encourages all nations in which the WSO scientists detect a sign of the disease, to immediately take all those infected and place them in a three-week quarantine, where they shall be placed based on the severity of their case, they will be evaluated by the WSO scientists, providing them with the medical necessities, and allowing them to rest in a cold and comfortable room for their safety along with their nation's safety.
6) Emphasizes that the cure for SARS would be distributed to the diseased nation free of charge;
7) Urges all nations of the world to check up on every passenger arriving to this nation and test any suspected passenger carrying this disease and quarantine any carrier of this disease;
The United States Versus the Former Baathist Republic of Iraq on the Case of the Possession of Nuclear Weapons
Facts agreed upon by judges:
1. Inspections were not conclusive
2. Inspections were not effective
3. Iraqis are liars
4. Evidence the US. submitted was not conclusive
5. Not convinced that Iraq destroyed all WOMDs
6. Iraq not supporter of terrorism
1. Weapons inspections shall be continued, and will be UN run. Also, Blix should not be part of this UN inspection team.
2. UN will monitor the US. governing of Iraq.
3. Limit the number of Iraqi scientists to be interviewed by the US. to those who are directly linked to the production of WOMDs.
4. US. shall pay all innocent Iraqi citizens directly damaged by the war an amount that is to be determined by a special UN court.
5. All sanctions on Iraq are to be lifted immediately except those on materials that can be used in the productions of WOMDs, which will be lifted after the UN inspections are over.
6. If the inspectors do not find anything within two years, then the US. will pay for all costs of the war for Iraq and apologize formally to the world.
7. The UN weapon inspectors should go to Israel and search for any WOMDs. If found, Israel will have to give up these WOMDs.
8. Order the US. to enforce the SC resolution 242 and force Israel out of the falsely occupied lands.
9. Iraq shall pay for the families of Israeli innocent civilian victims who were attacked by Iraqi-funded Palestinian suicide bombers.
Security Council Resolutions
A. The question of Rebuilding Iraq
1. Decides that the term "occupying power" and/or any credible synonym is not to be used anywhere through this resolution,
2. Resolves that upon the lifting of all sanctions on the Iraq, the UN will establish the Iraq Development Agency (IDA) which would
A. Collect all donations that would help the coalition forces,
B. Be known as the "authority" along with permanent Security Council (SC) members
C. Work in every humanitarian and development field.
A. The Question of Reforming the Security Council (SC)
1. Resolves that there will be no reformation of the Security Council (SC) through not permitting new permanent Security Council (SC) seats.
B. The Question of Reduction Tensions on the Koran Peninsula
1. Resolves that the Security Council would form a committee that will:
A. Hold talks with North Korea to pressure it to abandon its nuclear projects
B. Send, with the cooperation of the International Atomic Energy Commission, 60 weapons inspectors to North Korea:
1. Headed by the Secretary General
2. Including 25 Japanese inspectors and 25 Chinese inspectors
3. Reporting to the Security Council (SC) within 2 weeks, 1 month, 2 months, and 4 months, about any WOMD found.
Security Council Emergency Situation
1. Resolves the implementation of the Middle East "Road Map" Within a year and assures that it will be implemented by all four remaining permanent Security Council (SC) members if the US backs out.